Muselmaniacs slam 100-year war call

RICK WALLACE AND GINA RUSHTON THE AUSTRALIAN

ISLAMIC community leaders and Labor yesterday criticised former army chief Peter Leahy’s provocative warning that Australia should prepare for a 100-year ­battle with Islamic radicals intent on terrorist attacks.

The defence strategist’s call to arms — which included talk of pre-emptive action — was attacked as inflammatory, divisive and negligent by Muslim leaders in several states.

Islam is  inflammatory, divisive and destructive. Show me one society that benefited from Islam and I’ll show you a unicorn.

While Tony Abbott was cautious in his response, Labor immigration spokesman Richard Marles said the comments were “hard to justify”.

Labor stooges have no moral compass. They cannot even justify their own miserable existence.

Islamic Council of Victoria secretary Ghaith Krayem said Professor Leahy’s “ludicrous” statements were “grossly negligent” and raised the risk of right-wing extremism bubbling over.

Are you concerned about “risk of right-wing extremism bubbling over?” I’m not. The comments of the Islamic council are ridiculous. The creep should be laughed out of town.

“Our main concern is there is a growing risk of right-wing extremism in this country and somebody like him coming out and pushing for pre-emptive action, on the back of the Attorney-General (George Brandis)’s comments about it being OK to be a bigot, is a problem,” he said. “Comments like that say to this particular generation of young (Muslims) that the community doesn’t want them and pushes them further away.”

No. Allah divided the world in believers and unbelievers. Muslims shall not force us to submit. To hell with these bigots!

Former Islamic Council of Victoria president Yasser Soliman said Professor Leahy’s comments were “what you would expect to see from someone who sees the world in terms of war and ­conflict”.

Islam is war and conflict. Always is, always has been.

“We would be in a very bad state if we allowed those pre­occupied with conflict to dictate our view. We need people to stand up and put as much effort into peacemaking as war making.

No. We need to  export the Islamic headbangers out of the country.

“This perpetual cycle of ­counter-terrorism and revenge, it’s just madness. Instead of one Saddam Hussein we have thousands of them; instead of one Osama bin Laden, we have thousands.”

Islam is terror. Islam is jihad. Islam is madness. Every adherent of islam has a religious duty to wage jihad to make the world islamic. How much more of that must we suffer?

Islamic Friendship Association spokesman Keysar Trad said ­Professor Leahy’s comments were inflammatory and counter­productive. “The only thing that would stir such a statement would be a profound misunderstanding of the religion of Islam … Historically we have succeeded in weeding out our radicals,” he said.

Who’s a$$ is inflamed? Counterproductive to what? I’ll tell you what: counterproductive to the spread of Islam. We should support everything that is counterproductive to Islam. Our survival, our self-preservation depends on it.

Melbourne Islamic community leader Sheik Muhammad Abdul Wahid said while the Muslim community supported law enforcement efforts against terrorism, the fate of the Palestinians and the conflict throughout the Middle East was aiding the recruitment strategies of extremists.

Australia must stand with Israel and against Mohammedanism. We have no choice. There are no “Palestinians” and there are no “Rohingya” people. Mohammedans need to stop the fraudulent claims. 

Mr Marles, speaking on TV yesterday, said “the comments of Peter Leahy are hard to justify in the context of a 100-year conflict”.

Marles is ignorant.

“Surely the right thing to be doing here … is to be working with the Islamic community,” he said.

No. We need to ignore them, ridicule them. Shun them. Make it impossible for them to pursue their goals.

“The leaders of the Islamic community in this country are as appalled with the actions of those individuals as any of us.”

They support it from the bottom of their hearts.

The Prime Minister, speaking on Saturday, said he hadn’t had a chance to look at the comments but “General Leahy was a two-term commander of the Australian Army and he’s a person who I believe should be listened to respectfully and taken seriously”.

Yes, he should be.

He added that “the last thing I want to see is anything that ­suggests there is some incom­patibility between cultures and civilisations”.

This is about our culture and our civilisation. It is our culture and civilisation that needs to be defended against Mohammedan savagery. Abbott doesn’t get it.

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34 thoughts on “Muselmaniacs slam 100-year war call”

  1. HEAR what former army chief Peter Leahy says
    Then – Ensure the following steps are carried out ….
    1. Incarcerate all Australian Politician and Political Criminals(Assistors/Enablers and Traitors/Seditionists).
    2. Stop ALL Muhammadan immigration to Australia.
    3. Expel ALL Muhammadans -(after Sterilisation)- from Australia.
    4. “Expel” ALL unwilling to go Muhammadans.
    5. Bulldoze ALL islam’s “Mostgrotesques”.
    6. Expel ALL -(survived their incarceration)- “Dhimmis” from Australia.
    7. “Expel” ALL unwilling to go -(survived their incarceration)- “Dhimmis”.

    Doing the above will FIX a huge future Australian & World problem.

    Remember ALL Muhammadans practice by command of the qur’an
    • kitman (deception of non-Muhammadans – lying by omission).
    • Taqiyya (deception of non-Muhammadans – by outright lying).

  2. ‘The Central Message of islam !’ ….
    Ensure non-Muhammadans – “(Either) Submit to islam, or pay the jizya with willing submission else we (Muhammadans) will kill you.”

  3. There is no such thing as moderate Islam, only Islam!
    The west is conga lining to a certain end if it does not sit up and smell the death before it. Peter Leahy has called it right and the only ones decrying it are the ones with their collective heads up their arses!
    Who would you believe first, Peter Leahy or some Islam spokesperson?

  4. 18C should have been chucked out years ago, it stops open debate and appeases only the people who ignore it and are never charged with abusing it (The Islamic Community) Politicians are now falling over themselves to appease the Islamic community – Liberal and Labor alike.
    Shame, Tony Abbott Shame, you have led us to our own demise by not standing up to the leftist and multicultral apologist dog and pony mob!
    The only good thing about it is, all these traitors will be the first to go under the wave of Islamic hatred, it will be left to us who believe in a free country, free speech and the rights of man to defend ourselves.

  5. Hmm maybe the reason why they’re upset with the 100 year tag is because they probably have a grandiose vision of their Caliphate lasting 1000 years or forever more.

  6. Keysar Trad:”…“The only thing that would stir such a statement would be a profound misunderstanding of the religion of Islam … Historically we have succeeded in weeding out our radicals,” he said.”

    On the contrary, the only thing that would stir such a statement is a profound understanding of Islam.
    And who is the ‘we’ that has succeeded in weeding out muslim radicals? Last I heard, our roley poley full time welfare recipient spokesmuslim Keysar Trad was not an ASIO officer or in counter-intelligence in the Australian Federal Police. Apart from them, SFA ‘weeding out’ of muslim true believers has been done by muslims themselves in Oz.

    In fact – how come muslims with Australian passports are so overly represented in ISIS?? are so . Perhaps he means by ‘weeding out’ – identifying the keenest jihadis and sending them off to do their jihad duty.

  7. I told you before and I will tell you again.

    Love you comment in red

    example of one below.

    Islam is war and conflict. Always is, always has been.

    Looks like I will always “submit” to you.

  8. What are you on Warren? At last someone speaks the truth!
    For decades the Virgin Mary has been telling the faithful in Medjugore that ”There will be war everywhere.”
    I am not a devout Catholic but funnily enough , I agree with her.
    We all need to prepare for war.
    You don’t need to worry too much Warren. You will be one of the first to go.

  9. The evidence supporting This statement by Peter Leahy is overwhelming!
    It demonstrates the mental sickness of the idiots that are slaves to the poison of political correctness!
    They have the nerve to reject free speech empiricism!

  10. It inspires us here in NZ to hear someone telling the truth.
    I have one muslim friend here. I saw her recently and there was this faux outrage about pubs and the local casino. This type of outrage , faux or otherwise is simply ridiculous when all muslims remain silent on the benefits of head chopping ,the horror of being buried alive and the unmitigated joy of being mutilated.

  11. Army chief Peter Leahy’s is correct. This modern day Cassandra knows that the winds of war are coming. That eventually, their will be an event, that will have gone too far in the minds and hearts of many within the West who are still unable to admit such evil and wicked barbarism exists, called Islam. Despite seeing such wickedness repeatedly shown around the world since 9/11. This yet unknown event, will penetrate far more deeply then 9/11 (sadly, this should have been the event to cause an awakening, and for many it was/is.) -This yet unknown event will be the catalyst, that will cause an awakening that won’t be suppressed, excused or rationalized into silence or tolerance.

    And the day will come, when muslims are back in their shit holes of origins, cut off from modernity, that they will mourn and regret that 9/11 was the beginning. A very slow start to a accelerated battle of civilizations.

    @Warren Jenkins,

    “My Pea Brain is absolutely still smaller! – Guaranteed”

    Oh dear, how sweet, that you are humble and comfortable at admitting such small sized deficiencies. Too bad your sneering condescension was not also reflective of your articulated and admitted deficiencies. Those obnoxious flaws “mate” are loud and clear.

  12. comment about who wrote ….
    Lol. The “Aussie” showing his convict intellect. You win! Good on you…. mate!

    Why are you impersonating me… mate!
    Stop it!
    You make me look bad – you make me look like a non-arse-lifter.

  13. Warren Jenkins,
    Rather than abuse, explain to us all why we should not be concerned about muslim bahaviour. I am quite certain that you cannot.

  14. Okay. In all seriousness, my apologies for any offense caused. I was a bit taken aback at some of the things written on this blog when I stumbled on it.

    It seems that many of you didn’t understand what Lieutenant General Leahy meant when he talked of the long war. He was talking about a specific problem of insurgencies from certain extremist groups in the Middle East, and pointing out the depth of the problem there. He was not taking the opportunity to take a cheap shot at Muslim culture in general abstract terms. A person like him would not have got to his position if he had such ignorant views of the world. He has worked closely with the armies of Muslim states and knows what he is talking about. Now, just a couple of points that I hope will be helpful to the Australian people here.

    Firstly, what is “Muslim behaviour”? To put this in terms that an Australian might better identify with, can you say there such a thing as “Christian behaviour”. Both Christianity and Islam are represented by people in Europe, the US, China, the Middle East and tribal regions of Africa. There is great diversity between all of these people.

    Secondly, it seems that a number of people here haven’t been reading the newspapers over the past few years, as somebody wrote: “This modern day Cassandra knows that the winds of war are coming.” There has been war in the Middle East for decades, and we have been involved directly since at least the first Gulf War in the 1990s. These wars have specific geopolitical aims, and not a single published expert analysis paints the current crisis there as a “Clash of Islam versus Christianity”. In fact, most of the allies of my country (UK) and yours as well in those wars have been Arab Muslim states. Some thought that Huntington’s ‘Clash of Civilisations’ thesis might be useful for certain ends, but it turned out that it created more problems than it solved, and was dumped by the US administration about 10 years ago even before Obama took office. Even Huntington himself has abandoned that project and is focussing his attentions on the ‘Hispanic threat’ in the US.
    Cheerio.

  15. Okay. In all seriousness, my apologies for any offense caused. I was a bit taken aback at some of the attitudes expressed here when I stumbled on this blog.

    It seems that many of you didn’t understand what Lieutenant General Leahy meant when he talked of the long war. He was talking about a specific problem of insurgencies from certain extremist groups in the Middle East, and pointing out the depth of the problem there. He was not taking the opportunity to take a cheap shot at Muslim culture in general abstract terms. A person like him would not have got to his position if he had such ignorant views of the world. He has worked closely with the armies of Muslim states and knows what he is talking about. Now, just a couple of points that I hope will be helpful to the Australian people here.

    Firstly, what is “Muslim behaviour”? To put this in terms that an Australian might better identify with, can you say there such a thing as “Christian behaviour”. Christianity and Islam are cultures/religions in Europe, the US, China, the Middle East and tribal regions of Africa. There is great cultural diversity among Muslims across these regions as there is among Christians.

    Secondly, it seems that a number of people here haven’t been reading the newspapers over the past few years, as somebody wrote: “This modern day Cassandra knows that the winds of war are coming.” There has been war in the Middle East for decades, and we have been involved directly since at least the first Gulf War in the 1990s. These wars have specific geopolitical aims, and not a single published expert analysis paints the current crisis there as a “Clash of Islam versus Christianity”. In fact, most of the allies of my country (UK) and yours as well in those wars have been Arab Muslim states. Some thought that Huntington’s ‘Clash of Civilisations’ thesis might be useful for certain ends, but it turned out that it created more problems than it solved, and was dumped by the US administration even before Obama took office. Furthermore, Huntington himself has abandoned his ‘Clash of Civilisations’ project and last I read his attentions are focussed the Hispanic threat to civilisation, i.e. the US. Our Catholic friend who commented above might want to reflect on that.

    Best wishes,
    Warren

  16. Okay. In all seriousness, my apologies for any offense caused. I was a bit taken aback at some of the attitudes expressed here when I stumbled on this blog.
    It seems that many of you didn’t understand what Lieutenant General Leahy meant when he talked of the long war. He was talking about a specific problem of insurgencies from certain extremist groups in the Middle East, and pointing out the depth of the problem there. He was not taking the opportunity to take a cheap shot at Muslim culture in general abstract terms. A person like him would not have got to his position if he had such ignorant views of the world. He has worked closely with the armies of Muslim states and knows what he is talking about. Now, just a couple of points that I hope will be helpful to the Australian people here.
    Firstly, what is “Muslim behaviour”? To put this in terms that an Australian might better identify with, can you say there such a thing as “Christian behaviour”. Christianity and Islam are cultures/religions in Europe, the US, China, the Middle East and tribal regions of Africa. There is great cultural diversity among Muslims across these regions as there is among Christians.
    Secondly, it seems that a number of people here haven’t been reading the newspapers over the past few years, as somebody wrote: “This modern day Cassandra knows that the winds of war are coming.” There has been war in the Middle East for decades, and we have been involved directly since at least the first Gulf War in the 1990s. These wars have specific geopolitical aims, and not a single published expert analysis paints the current crisis there as a “Clash of Islam versus Christianity”. In fact, most of the allies of my country (UK) and yours as well in those wars have been Arab Muslim states. Some thought that Huntington’s ‘Clash of Civilisations’ thesis might be useful for certain ends, but it turned out that it created more problems than it solved, and was dumped by the US administration even before Obama took office. Furthermore, Huntington himself has abandoned his ‘Clash of Civilisations’ project and last I read his attentions are focussed the Hispanic threat to civilisation, i.e. the US. Our Catholic friend who commented above might want to reflect on that.
    Best wishes,
    Warren

  17. @kaw

    “Rather than abuse, explain to us all why we should not be concerned about muslim bahaviour.”

    Because they can’t and are unable to. It always results to the same thing, insults and one or two hit wonders spewed, then off they run.

    Remember a couple years ago, the Australian al Jeezera reporter, who promised to “come back” to finish the debate that he littered with personal attacks and insults? Were still waiting for him to return ( it will be a long wait next to never.) he ran away when facts trumped his ideology and sneering condescension.

    @Warren Jenkins,

    Dear, Oh dear, poor you. You lack the ability to recognize the difference between a quote used and when you wished someone would actually use your words for impersonations. Ouch.

    Amusingly, you articulate the inflated self-worth reflective of the delusions of Muslims and the Left.

    A non-arse lifter. you say that as if it’s a bad thing?

  18. “Amusingly, you articulate the inflated self-worth reflective of the delusions of Muslims and the Left.”
    Sounds like Sean Hannity. Is that the best you can do?

  19. @Warren Jenkins,

    Deflecting onto someone who is irrelevant and has no relevancy to this debate?

    Is that the best you can do?

    Sigh.

  20. Which part of my comment do you consider to be leftist in particular? My politics are in fact centre-right.

  21. I am still waiting for your critique of my points, Hill. You did not respond to a single point I raised in my comment. Not even an attempt. If my Sean Hannity quip in response to your labelling of my views as “Muslim” or “Left” was unacceptable, then let’s focus on the facts rather than indulging in name-calling, shall we.

    I presented a number of uncontroversial facts in good faith and I am still waiting for a response. If this is this how you argued with the Al-Jazeera journalist that was here, it is pretty clear why they didn’t bother to come back.

  22. @Warren Jenkins,

    I have been a frequent contributor to this site for years, like many of us here who are regulars. If I do not respond to a post it is because I am busy outside of this blog or I am unaware of a post. I’ve hardly been scared away.

    Additionally, when I responded to you previously not one of your long posts with a deeper argument was posted here. Only your posting at: “Warren Jenkins August 13, 2014 at 5:41 pm” But since YOU posted it you would have known, that at that time none of your “serious posts” were showing. But, hey, if my lack of availability allows you to cling to a higher moral ground then so be it. Keep your delusions of superiority.

    Furthermore. I stand by my statement regarding Hannity. He has no bearing in this debate. Bringing up other people who are irrelevant to an argument is a deflection tactic.

    And yes, I will respond to your earlier posts. That’s entertainment.

  23. FYI, for those other people who commented here, my comments above are in line with a statement by the head of ASIO, David Irvine. The are excerpts from an interview he gave, and which I took from today’s Sydney Morning Herald. I am eagerly awaiting the response from Hill, who has confirmed above that he has not given a convincing reply because he is busy, but that his reply will be “entertainment”.:

    “Amid simmering fears in the Islamic community about proposed new terrorism laws, ASIO boss David Irvine has given a rare one-on-one interview with a Muslim radio program in which he said he was “utterly outraged” by a recent newspaper headline that talked about “fight[ing] Islam for 100 years”…

    “I can say this on behalf of the whole Australian government … We are not fighting Islam, we are fighting terrorism. And they’re two very, very different things,” Mr Irvine said. (source: Sydney Morning Herald, 22/08/2014)

  24. Come on, Hill. Just some solid refutations of my comments please. Either acknowledge that my points are valid or provide better ones to refute them. Giving excuses that you can’t respond because you are “busy/unaware of the post” shows you up as an egotistical light-weight. (Clearly you are aware of the post if you replied to it!)

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